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Research of the Robotics And Motion Laboratory at the University of Michigan focuses on the design, simulation, and control of legged robots and other nonlinear systems. Drawing inspiration from biology and biomechanics, we are particularly interested in the effect and exploitation of natural dynamic motions, the role of different gaits, and the possibility of force/torque controllable systems; both in conceptual models as well as in hardware realizations.

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